Changes between Version 24 and Version 25 of SingleStepWindowsIllustrated


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Jan 6, 2020 4:30:02 PM (22 months ago)
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toby
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  • SingleStepWindowsIllustrated

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    4444Click on "More Info" and a "Run anyway" button is displayed, as above. Click on "Run anyway" and the installer will start:
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    48 * Note that the installer suggests closing all applications. It is wise to save work in other applications, but closing them seems a bit excessive. You will need to pass through several windows, selecting options as you go.
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     48*  This screen shows the version number of GSAS-II that is contained in the installer. Later this will be updated, if an internet connection is available. The installer suggests closing all applications. It is wise to save work in other applications, but closing them seems a bit excessive. You will need to pass through several windows by pressing "Next", selecting options as you go.
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    5050* Pressing Next the 1st time brings you to the License Agreement window shows you the article we ask you to cite, as well as the use terms for Python and packages, as below. You must agree to continue. The License for use of GSAS-II is found in the source code for the package; for convenience the full text [#AnacondaLicense from this screen] and the [#G2license GSAS-II license] are shown below.
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    54 * We have only tested with install for "Just Me"
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    58 * You can install anywhere you wish, but problems have been reported when the directory name includes spaces. You should note the directory you use here in case you have problems (see below). This must be a new directory.
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     54* We have only tested with install for "Just Me". Use of "All users" is probably not an ideal choice in any case, as likely only the installer would be able to save options and do updates.
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     129* The '''Installation Location''' may need some attention. The default works for most people, but there have been problems reported with Python installations when the install location contains spaces and or non-ASCII characters. GSAS-II has been tested and appears to work fine in locations with spaces in the name (like {{{C:\Users\Brian Toby\GSASII}}}) but this has not been tested with other types of text. You may wish to install in {{{C:\GSASII}}}. Whatever location you supply must be a directory that does not already exist. '''''Please make a note of where you install GSAS-II''''' (use of right-click will allow you to copy the text.) This can be useful to recover from an incomplete installation.
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     133* If you choose a location with spaces in the name you will get a warning. You can use the "Back" button to select a new installation location.
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    62135* Unselect the two Advanced Installation Options (unless you want to use this Python for other tasks).